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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

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Greek - go aside, turn aside, gone aside, stepping aside
Greek - laid aside
Greek - laying aside
Greek - throwing aside
Greek - take aside
Greek - lay aside, laid aside, laying aside, putting aside
Greek - set aside, setting aside
Greek - setting aside
Greek - aside
Greek - turned aside
Greek - turn aside, turned aside
Greek - aside
Greek - turned aside
Greek - laid aside
Greek - go aside
Hebrew - set aside
Hebrew - turn aside, turned aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - aside
Hebrew - aside
Hebrew - turned aside
Hebrew - gone aside
Hebrew - aside
Hebrew - go aside, turn aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - carried aside, turn aside, push aside, thrust aside, took aside, turned aside
Hebrew - turned aside
Hebrew - set aside
Hebrew - laid aside
Hebrew - aside, turn aside, turned aside, turning aside, turns aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - put aside, put it aside


"Distinct from others," "privately," such is the sense of the word in 2 Kings 4:4; Mark 7:33. Also "to withdraw" (Luke 9:10 the King James Version; Acts 23:19: hupochoreo, also anachoreo). One is said to have turned aside when he departs from the path of rectitude (Psalms 14:3; Sirach 2:7; 1 Timothy 1:6). In a figurative sense it is used to express the thought of putting aside, to renounce, every hindrance or impediment to a consecrated earnest Christian life (Hebrews 12:1: apotithemi).

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Orr, James, M.A., D.D. General Editor. "Entry for 'ASIDE'". "International Standard Bible Encyclopedia". <>. 1915.


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